NIKKE: Goddess of Victory Shares NieR:Automata Mobile & Desktop Wallpaper Featuring 2B & 9S

The official Twitter account for the mobile sci-fi RPG shooter NIKKE: Goddess of Victory has shared a new wallpaper commemorating the recent collab with the Square Enix action JRPG NieR:Automata.

This key art has been made into a useable desktop and mobile wallpaper, depicting 2B and 9S.

This limited-time crossover event will be available until September 27, 2023, featuring NieR:Automata characters 2B, A2, and Pascal. Interestingly, 2B’s Japanese voice actor Yui Ishikawa also voices NIKKEs Rapi.

2B and A2 can be recruited as playable characters, with 9S appearing in the story as an NPC. The former two characters will also receive free costumes as narrative progress is made, and a “free Pascal character”  will be granted by attending the “Memories of: Automata” log-in event. Additional rewards like “a special gift of avatar frame of YoRHa” will be announced in the near future.

View our previous coverage for artwork of this collab.

You can view the new NIKKE wallpapers featuring 2B and 9S via our gallery below:

NIKKE: Goddess of Victory is available on iOS and Android devices and PC.

The game features third-person shooting systems. Players are able to control one of the characters as they take cover behind objects and shoot down giant robots. Similar to Project EVE, NIKKI is based in a post-apocalyptic world that has been overrun with robots from a different universe.

The game’s plot takes an unexpected twist when Nikke discovers that her own lineage is intertwined with the fate of Aetheria. She is seemingly guided by the wisdom of her celestial mentor and armed with an array of customizable weapons and spells. Nikke’s journey unfolds through themes of self-discovery, courage, and triumph. They’re also all really cute girls, so I’m sure that helps the overall adventure.

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